Leanna Booze is an Adjunct Instructor of Oboe in the School of Music.
Dr. Booze received her Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, her Master of Music from the San Francisco Conservatory and her Bachelor of Music from Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music. Her primary teachers have included Bobby Taylor, John de Lancie, and Mark Ostoich. Dr. Booze is currently Principal Oboe with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. She has also performed with the Nashville Symphony, the Louisville Orchestra, and the Alabama Symphony. In previous positions she has served as Principal Oboe of the Kentucky Symphony and Lecturer in Oboe at the University of Louisville’s School of Music. In 2005 she was a finalist in the Fernand Gillet-Hugo Fox International Oboe Competition, held at the International Double Reed Society conference in Texas. During the summer, she performs with the Missouri Symphony Orchestra in Columbia, Missouri and the Peninsula Music Festival Orchestra in Door County, Wisconsin.
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